A three-storey high glazed cube sits atop The Lighterman tower. It glows at night; alluring like the romance of the river after sundown. The relationship between the architecture and environment continues indoors, with natural colours and richly textured interiors honouring Lower Riverside’s waterfront setting.
COMPLETED SUMMER 2017
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01 HERO THE LIGHTERMAN EXTERIOR OPTIMISED
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Brought to life by leading UK architects Carey Jones Chapman Tolcher, the tower’s name pays tribute to an industry born of the Thames. Metallic cladding adds warmth and texture. Balconies wrap around each corner, giving every living space unobstructed views both upstream and down.
THE LIGHTERMAN INTERIOR OPTIMISED 01
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Conran’s designers pay tribute to the Peninsula’s industrial past with polished nickel and a palette of soft greys. They have developed two interior schemes with a choice of light and dark finishes. The lobby has a Scandinavian feel and offers a soft, stylish welcome home.
AMENITIES & SERVICES
We all want to connect to others, and that means different things to different people. Our digital app puts life on the Peninsula at your fingertips. For those who prefer a more human approach, your neighbourhood host is the friendly face on your doorstep. Then there’s ‘Aperture’—our contemporary village hall is a place where individuals become communities.
VILLAGE LIVING IN THE CITY
We can’t all live at the epicenter of urban life. And maybe not all of us want to. Which is why Lower Riverside is designed with community in mind. At its heart is Aperture, the modern-day village hall with a residents’ crèche, gym and deli, and The Jetty’s green oasis doubles as the neighhourhood’s cultural hub. Pop by and sign up for community classes, from urban gardening to life drawing.